196. K59NAPPA XAYAEA AND SRl In Saka year 1452, in the reign of Krsnappa !s ayaka, many jewels were presented to the deity, a night of steps and mandapa were built in his name in the KaverT, and Kuinara Narasiniha Vadhfila Desika was requested to worship and adorn the deity in every way. KZjihlugu, p. 150. 199. TIRUMALA AXD TENKArfA. Then, Tirumalaraya, and Venkataraya * younger brothers of Raniappaya ruled over the territory which was under the Rayas several years before. Having defeated all the hostile Muhammad an armies, which invaded their kingdom from the north, and destroyed the enemies in every place, they ruled the country with ^Lnegondi and Oandragiri as their respective capitals. Account of the. tfarapati Kings : L,R. 50, p. 316. 200(00. SRIRANGA I. After the death of Tirumaladeva Slaharaya, his second eon, Snrangaraya, was crowned king at Pemxgo^da, where he began to rule. Raghavaraja, (Ramaraja ?) one of his brothers, was governing Srirangapattanam ; and another brother, Venkatapatiraj a was ruling at CandragirL Pottapinadxi iu the Siddhavatam slma which was included in the Udayagiri rajya was directly under the government of ^rlranga, whereas PulugulanadUt formed part of Candragiri- r&jya of which Venkatapatiraya was the governor. At the time of the death of Srirangaraya in S. S. 1510, Sarvadhari (AJX 1588-89), MahamandalMvara Kondrajii Tirupatiraju was administering Siddhavatam slma with PottapinaAu on his behalf. Kvijiyat a/CittiiTeti'.L. R, 23, p. 189 In Saka 1490 Vibhava the coronation of Siiranganayakulu was celebrated in Penugo$da,f and he granted the magtyi of rw***^.^* referred to IE this extract is not RamarSja's ycnnger brother, but a —v-----j i. e», the son of Ms younger brother Tirnmala. fThis dat« is tob early for the coronation of ^riraftga ; tht coronation o f*th«TinaaiUa tool pltct only in ^ S. 1493.